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Posted · Multi-purpose Ultimaker S5

In times of Corona and the call #stayathome, we thought we would become more self-sufficient to avoid shopping.

 

So I had the following idea, where my Ultimaker S5 supported me a lot and, as always, provided me with very good services and results. You wouldn't believe how versatile such a 3D printer can be.

 

But pictures say more than words:

 

1.) Set the bed temp to 27°C

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2.) Put the bowl with the bread dough into the printer

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and let the dough rise for one hour

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3.) Put the dough in a basket and let him again raise for some time:

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4.) Final product after the S5 finished his work and before baking

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5.) And here die final result after baking - perfect!

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I've always known that you can do a lot of things with a 3D printer, but I never thought it would be so versatile and can also be used for baking. 🙂 

 

In this context, stay healthy and stay at home. 

 

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Posted · Multi-purpose Ultimaker S5

Good for making yogurt also!  Seriously.

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Posted · Multi-purpose Ultimaker S5

Let's see how long we're going to be home and how creative I get. But good hint George!

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Posted (edited) · Multi-purpose Ultimaker S5

Interesting re-purpose of a $5,000 3D printer.

That said, the bread looks absolutely delicious.  What kind of bread is it??

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Posted · Multi-purpose Ultimaker S5

You're right, it's a shame, but necessity is the mother of invention. 🙂

 

It's a mixed rye bread.

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